Friday, 21 December 2012

Not a bad score

After reaching 100,000 hits in February (link), I am pleased to report that the 200,000 point has now been reached!  I had been quietly hoping to get there before the end of the year.
Grigoriy Andreevich Rechkalov with his P-39 Cobra showing a 'score' of 55 kills.
Many thanks to all readers - particularly those of you who take the time to leave comments.

 As with my post celebrating 500 posts, a few more numbers are called for:

147. The number of current followers

5,543. The number of published comments

3,854. The number of times the most popular post has been viewed

12. The number of scales covered (2mm, 6mm, 15mm, 20mm, 25mm, 28mm, 54mm, 1/6000, 1/1200, 1/2400, 1/100, 1/144)

40. (At least!) The number of toy manufacturers whose products have appeared here

22. The number of wars (most of them real!) in which games have been set. 
Greek & Persian Wars
Punic Wars
Successor Wars
Marlburian War
Napoleonic Wars
American Civil War
Austro-Prussian War
Franco-Prussian War
Sudan Wars
Edwardian Era (Funny Little Wars)
Great War
Fictional 1930s South America - Naval
Spanish Civil War
Second World War
Indo-Pakistani Wars
Fictional 1970s South America - Naval
Fictional modern Africa
Falklands War
Cuban Missile Crisis
Fictional Third World War
1990/91 Gulf War


Robert (Bob) Cordery said...


On to 500,000!

All the best,


Jim Duncan said...

Hit, hit, hit!!

Well done!!


The Dancing Cake Tin said...

Well done and well deserved too!

Phil Broeders said...

Great milestones Tim. Keep going!

Ross Mac said...

Well done! Its not every one who can celebrate being hit so often.

Paul said...

It's a cracking pace you are setting Tim.

Model on for 2013.

David Crook said...

Many congratulations Tim!

I reckon 500,000 should be a breeze!

All the best,


Archduke Piccolo said...

Congratulations, Tim, and well done. Given the work you have put in, a well deserved dividend.

itchy's wargames said...

well done Tim must admit yours is the only blog I check every post on ,Keep it up Sir.

Tim Gow said...

Thanks all for your kind words - sounds like I'd better keep going!